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A good way to keep your games in good shape?
Topic Started: Jun 2 2012, 02:33 AM (5,775 Views)
mikezelot
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I have been collecting N64 games for awhile and not for there monetary value but for there sentimental value. and i want to keep the games i have had since my childhood instead of just getting new ones. in other words i am more willing to pay 20$ to save my game that is only 2$ at the store.
but my question is what are some good ways to keep my games in good shape like a iseen some have been getting the picture sticker on the front slowly scratched. whats a good way to keep it from doing that? a case? a phone cover type thing? how do i keep them working i noticed some starting to lag too. any suggestions?
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"Im an elephant" - Conker
Both the n64 and the ps4 have 64 bit processors. Now I'm not saying the 64 could run crysis at 60 fps but I'm not saying it couldn't.
115 games
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mikezelot
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Im looking for just protection of the carts atlaest the pictures on them anyways
Posted Image N64 forever starfox 64 champion
"Im an elephant" - Conker
Both the n64 and the ps4 have 64 bit processors. Now I'm not saying the 64 could run crysis at 60 fps but I'm not saying it couldn't.
115 games
2 consoles
6 controllers
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